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Developmental Milestones ages 3 to 5 chart.  What child development skills you can expect will be mastered between these ages.

Developmental Milestones ages 3 to 5 chart. What child development skills you can expect will be mastered between these ages.

Great site for sensory activities. Repinned by playwithjoy.com. For more sensory pins visit pinterest.com/playwithjoy

Great site for sensory activities. Repinned by playwithjoy.com. For more sensory pins visit pinterest.com/playwithjoy

Scooter Board Activities - Fun Deck<sup>®</sup> | Samples

Scooter Board Activities - Fun Deck<sup>®</sup> | Samples

Motor Milestones: Part One | Dinosaur Physical Therapy | Simple activities for parents to help their infant with motor development

Motor Milestones: Part One | Dinosaur Physical Therapy | Simple activities for parents to help their infant with motor development

Prone Weight-Bearing on Arms with Approximation To enable child to bear weight on arms and strengthen neck and back muscles. Place child on stomach, lying over your legs with child's hands on floor. Place your hands over the child's shoulders. Firmly push downward on child's shoulders and release. Repeat several times. Desired Response Child will be able to support weight on hands with elbows straight, hands open, and head erect. Keep arm at right angle to body, elbow straight and pa

Prone Weight-Bearing on Arms with Approximation To enable child to bear weight on arms and strengthen neck and back muscles. Place child on stomach, lying over your legs with child's hands on floor. Place your hands over the child's shoulders. Firmly push downward on child's shoulders and release. Repeat several times. Desired Response Child will be able to support weight on hands with elbows straight, hands open, and head erect. Keep arm at right angle to body, elbow straight and pa

Developing Crawling Skills in Infants #OT

Developing Crawling Skills in Infants #OT

Upper Extremity Exercises with great pictures! Repinned by  SOS Inc. Resources  http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Upper Extremity Exercises with great pictures! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Providing Vestibular Stimulation to Children

Providing Vestibular Stimulation to Children

Ball Rolling To encourage child to straighten arms. Place child in a propped sitting position. Place your hands over the child's hands and assist child in rolling the ball forward. As the child improves at this activity, you may decrease your assistance.  Desired Response When child pushes ball, arms will straighten. Undesired Response; Child's arms will turn in.    Special Instructions  This exercise is good for sensory input, awareness of both arms and weight bearing.

Ball Rolling To encourage child to straighten arms. Place child in a propped sitting position. Place your hands over the child's hands and assist child in rolling the ball forward. As the child improves at this activity, you may decrease your assistance. Desired Response When child pushes ball, arms will straighten. Undesired Response; Child's arms will turn in. Special Instructions This exercise is good for sensory input, awareness of both arms and weight bearing.

Tilting Sideways on Roll To encourage protective reactions of arms. Place child on stomach, lying parallel to the length of the roll  Support the hips or lower trunk as needed. Slowly tilt the child and roll sideways. The child will support self with hand at the end of the movement.  Undesired Response; Arms will bend rather than straighten.

Tilting Sideways on Roll To encourage protective reactions of arms. Place child on stomach, lying parallel to the length of the roll Support the hips or lower trunk as needed. Slowly tilt the child and roll sideways. The child will support self with hand at the end of the movement. Undesired Response; Arms will bend rather than straighten.